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An office evacuation due to an earthquake in 2010 doesn't stop Joe St. Arney from working.
An office evacuation due to an earthquake in 2010 doesn't stop Joe St. Arney from working.

It’s never good when an employee walks into your office holding a piece of paper and closes the door.

Yup, that sheet of paper was a resignation letter.Managing Editor Joe St.Arney gave notice that his last day at NJBIZ will be Jan. 4 so he can become projects editor at The Real Deal. There are many reasons why this sucks, but let’s just go with four for now:

--I’ll no longer laugh out loud while editing his Winners/Losers/Face Time.

--NJBIZ Power lists won’t be half as fun anymore…to compile, or to read.

--We’ll have headlines like, “This is a story about….”

--I’ll have to write the editorials.

A real loss of the real deal.

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An NJBIZ employee resigned today

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An office evacuation due to an earthquake in 2010 doesn't stop Joe St. Arney from working.
An office evacuation due to an earthquake in 2010 doesn't stop Joe St. Arney from working.

It’s never good when an employee walks into your office holding a piece of paper and closes the door.

Yup, that sheet of paper was a resignation letter.Managing Editor Joe St.Arney gave notice that his last day at NJBIZ will be Jan. 4 so he can become projects editor at The Real Deal. There are many reasons why this sucks, but let’s just go with four for now:

--I’ll no longer laugh out loud while editing his Winners/Losers/Face Time.

--NJBIZ Power lists won’t be half as fun anymore…to compile, or to read.

--We’ll have headlines like, “This is a story about….”

--I’ll have to write the editorials.

A real loss of the real deal.

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